This Halloween, the City of Tamarac wants you to eat, drink, and be scary at their annual Halloween Hoopla event.
Get ready for more space in the garage because this month residents can safely dispose of all types of household hazardous materials that they’ve been meaning throw out, but haven’t had the chance.
The Tamarac mayoral candidates held their first forum hosted by the Men’s Club and Women’s Auxiliary at Kings Point last week.
After Mayor Harry Dressler announced he would not be seeking reelection, City Commissioner Michelle Gomez filed for the position leaving her District 2 seat wide open.
Residents who are against a self-storage facility proposed to be built near them made their voices heard in the hope that they could change someone’s mind.
Three candidates are vying for Tamarac Mayor Harry Dressler’s seat after announcing last March he would not be seeking reelection: Michelle J. Gomez, Gerald Heller and Elvin Villalobos. Another candidate, Claudia M. Gomez, dropped out this month.
This month, local residents can help clean up local beaches as a part of the Ocean Conservancy’s 33rd Annual International Coastal Cleanup.
A parcel of land once slated to become a fire station may now become a storage facility if the commission votes to move forward on it.
Woodlands residents can now make more room in their garage because in September, they can safely dispose of all types of household hazardous materials that they’ve been meaning throw out, but haven’t had the chance.
Proving as always that one person’s trash is another’s treasure, residents can now register for the next city-wide garage sale in Tamarac.